PANEL DISCUSSION ON “BIOMEDICAL WASTE: PRE & POST COVID-19

About Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti:

Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti is an NGO based in Uttarakhand, was founded in 2019 by an inspired groups of Students with the aim to spread awareness through outreach programs, seminars, conferences, etc. regarding legal rights, duties and government schemes in those areas where it is necessary and to help in providing assistance to the needy ones. It is registered in Dehradun, Uttarakhand .

About the Webinar:

Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti is organising a free webinar on 05th June 2021 at 10 a.m. Venues are Streamyard & Facebook Live-Streaming (no e-certificate for Facebook Live-Streaming). Free e-certificates will be issued for the registered participants only subjected to T&Cs.

Theme: “Biomedical Waste: Pre & Post Covid-19 ”.

Registration Fees:

NIL, there are no registration charges, anyone can join the webinar free of cost.

Provisions Regarding Claiming Free E-Certificate:

You are eligible for claiming a free e-certificate, if you fulfills the following conditions namely;

i. If you join the meeting (no e-certificate for Facebook Live-Streaming);

ii. And you remain in the Meeting for minimum 60 minutes;

iii. After the end of the webinar session, a link of the Facebook Video of the said webinar will be provided on your email address to share the feedback. You have to share your feedback on the same day otherwise you’ll be disqualified from claiming a free e-certificate;

iv. You must adhere to the provisions of attendance, requirements for joining the webinar and important instructions mentioned in the official notification;

v. Free e-certificate will be provided within 7 days from the date of the webinar.

Contact Details:

Contact Person Name: Mohammad Raashid Ali, President, Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti

Chairperson- Event Committee.

Contact Number: +91-6395670454.

Email: vidhiseva1807@gmail.com.

“Menstrual Debates in India: Still A Long Way To Go”

ORGANIZED BY

VIDHI SEVA EVAM SAMAJIK UTTHAN SAMITI

IN COLLABORATION WITH

STATE WOMEN COMMISSION, UTTARAKHAND,

SHILPI SWAM SAHAYTA SANGH SWAHAYAT SARHKARITA,
THAKURPUR FEDERATION (WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION)

&

JCI BHARATPUR ROSHNI

ABOUT UTTARAKHAND
Uttarakhand was formed on 9th November, 2000 as the 27th State of India, when it was carved out of northern Uttar Pradesh. Located at the foothills of the Himalayan mountain ranges, it is largely a hilly State, having international boundaries with China (Tibet) in the north and Nepal in the east. It is rich in natural resources especially water and forests with many glaciers, rivers, dense forests and revered Hindu temples of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are nestled in the mighty mountains.

ABOUT VIDHI SEVA EVAM SAMAJIK UTTHAN SAMITI
Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti is an NGO based in Uttarakhand, was founded in 2019 by an inspired groups of Students with the aim to spread awareness through outreach programs, seminars, conferences, etc. regarding legal rights, duties and government schemes in those areas where it is necessary and to help in providing assistance to the needy ones.

ABOUT STATE WOMEN COMMISSION, UTTARAKHAND
In purpose of the provisions of Clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased to order the publication of the Uttarakhand State Commission for Women Act, 2005.

ABOUT SHILPI SWAM SAHAYTA SANGH SWAHAYAT SARHKARITA,
THAKURPUR FEDERATION (WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION)
Women’s Development Organization (WDO) was formed with prime objective to assist, encourage and to uplift rural & urban economically backward women from their welter of poverty that has still plagued them even after many years of independence. The main objectives of the Organization are to uplift economic and social standard of rural and weaker sections.

ABOUT JCI BHARATPUR ROSHNI
The mission of Junior Chamber International is to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. Its vision is to be the leading global network of young active citizens.

CONCEPT NOTE:
Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti is organizing a Virtual Seminar on the Topic “Menstrual Debates in India: Still a long way to go” with an agenda that “Shhh… talks not any more: let’s talk about Mensturation”. This Seminar is an attempt to bring individuals of varied fields on the Virtual Platform to disseminate the thoughts and knowledge in order to shape a strong and enabling environment for encouraging menstrual Debates in India.
Menstrual cycle is a natural process intrinsically linked with a woman’s body. Still many of us follow restrictions during our menstrual cycles, whether it’s in our homes, our relatives’ homes or at any religious event. However, it has always been surrounded by taboos and myths that subjected to social, religious and cultural restrictions. The freedom of women continues to be in the hands of dominant patriarchal discourse. Very few cultures across the world have acknowledged that menstruation is a natural phenomenon. With the evolution of these cultures, there has not been any significant change in people’s attitudes towards menstruation. Therefore, what remains are haunting questions like what effects do these taboos have on the overall development of women? Are menstruation taboos the cause of leading menstrual health problems in India?
Thus, to address such questions seminar aims to discuss menstruation related myths prevalent in India, their impact on women’s life, relevance of addressing these issues and measures that can be taken to combat them.

OBJECTIVE:
To provide a platform for stake holder like organizations working in the field of menstrual health on different level, researchers, practitioners, academicians, activists and policy makers to deliberate and discuss on what is required to build strategies and to address the constraints in inclusive practices towards Menstrual health for betterment of the society.

SUB-THEMES:

  1. Menstrual health and Hygiene management in India.
  2. Menstrual Education in young girls.
  3. Illogical taboos related to Menstruation in India.
  4. Impacts of myths related to Menstruation on Women’s life.
  5. Strategies to Combat Menstruation related myths.
  6. Access to Sanitary napkins in rural areas.
  7. Menstrual leave policy: A need of an hour.
  8. Effect of Patriarchal society on menstrual hygiene.
  9. Taboo, shame around Menstruation.
  10. Culture and Menstruation.
  11. Menstrual hygiene Education at school level.

REGISTRATION LINK- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSflHPDHFdXaNc_UTYaiw6NXyzlkQkmkwzHDbOdKQIFAcY9yhg/viewform?usp=sf_link

IMPORTANT DATES:

Registration– 10th October, 2020 Seminar Date– 11th October, 2020

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
• Radhika Dhasmana
• Shreya Pandey
• Tayabba Parveen
• Sheeba Ansari
• Mohammadi
• Jagriti Joshi
• Sheeba

VIDHI SEVA EVAM SAMAJIK UTTHAN SAMITI CONTACT DETAILS:
• President – Mohammad Raashid Ali -6395670454
• Event Cordinator: Ms. Monica Negi -8755397477
• Convener: Ms. Srishti Tomar -9368971302
• Co- Convener: Ms. Priyanka sigh -7985207332
Visit us at- https://vidhiseva.in/

IVth Virtual Session on ” India’s Informalisation of Labour with Special Focus on ‘Migrant Labourers’”

India’s Informalisation of Labour with Special Focus on ‘Migrant Labourers’”

Speakers :

  • Sustainable and Inclusive Development: A Need of an Hour by
    Mr. Prakash Badolia
    Assistant Director at CAPT Bhopal and Principal of National Center for Prosecutors.
  • Rights Of Women Labourers by
    Advocate Pallavi Pratap
    Managing Partner
    M/S Pratap & Co.
    Supreme Court of India
  • Social Protection and Human Rights of Labour Force in India by
    Mrs. Neha Mishra
    Assistant Professor of Law,
    Jindal Global Law University.
IIIrd Virtual Session on ” Right To Mental Health: A Growing Human Rights Jurisprudence “

” Right To Mental Health: A Growing Human Rights Jurisprudence “

Speakers :

  • Ms. Shweta Dutt
    Co- Founder Praan Foundation.
  • Ms. Spandana Kommuri
    Senior Counsellor,
    Praan Foundation
  • Ms. Nimrat Kaur
    Assistant Professor,
    School of Law,
    Graphic Era Hill University, Dehradun.
IInd Virtual Session on ‘Interplay Between Covid-19 And Environment’

“Interplay Between Covid-19 And Environment”

Topics:

-Ecological Economics by Dr. Anil Parkash Joshi
Environmentlist(Padambhushan, Padamshr), founder of HESCO.

-Consumerism and Environment by Miss. Nabeela Siddiqui
Research-Cum Teaching Assistant, Dharamshastra National Law University.

  • Link between reduced Human Activities And Pollution link.
  • And Closing of Industries A Special Reference On Reduction In Pollution by Soumi Chatterjee, Assistant Professor of Law, Noida International University.
Ist Virtual Session on ‘E-Courts- A Way Forward: Issues and Challenges

Working of E-Court – A Way Forward: Issues & Challenges
Topics:
-Will E-Court help in early disposal of cases. Or Viability of E-Courts in Indian context and will Judiciary be strengthen by adoption of E- Court by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Rajesh Tandon, Former Judge of Uttarakhand High Court.

-Working of E-Courts shall be a rule or an exception and Will adoption of E-Courts bring transparency in the Judicial System by Mr. Lalit Belwal, Advocate, Former President of Bar Association of Uttarakhand High Court.

-E- Education in Rural Areas by Dr. Anita Yadav, Assistant Professor, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.

Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti In Collaboration With State Law Commission Uttarakhand

First Conference On “Legal Services In India”- Issues And Challenges

About Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti:
Vidhi Seva Evam Samajik Utthan Samiti is a non-governmental
organization constituted by Mr. Raashid Ali (President/Founder),
Divyanshu Nautiyal(Secretary/Founder) Mr. Taasir Ali(Treasurer/
Founder). This organization is located in Bhuddi, Shimla Bye-Pass
Road, Dehradun Uttarakhand India.

Aims and Objectives:

To work for awareness of legal rights and duties.
-To Provide legal aid to the needy persons.
-To finish the discrimination among different class and society.
-To raise and work on issues related to human and society, child
labour, drugs e.t.c which humiliate our society at large and to
avoid the tolerance towards wrong happenings and obnoxious behavior.
-To organize free legal aid services through camps to needy persons.

Sub-Themes

Role of Lok Adalats
-Working of National and State Legal Services Authorities- importance and functions.
-Right to free legal aid in India.
-Representation of an indigent person in India.
-Dignity of legal profession in India.
-Legal profession as a social services in India.
-Advocate as a social engineer in India.
-Right to education to every child.

Mr. Raashid Ali(Convenor) -06395670454
Mr. Taasir Ali(Co-Convenor) -08077122432
Ms. Monica Negi(Co-Convenor) -08755397477
Mr. Divyanshu Nautiyal(Jt. Convenor) -09625108773
Ms. Radhika Dhasmana(Jt. Convenor) -08433236393

“MEN’S RIGHT MOVEMENT: A NEED OF COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL ENGINEERING”

Speakers :

•Feminist Media Vis-A-Vis Men’s Right
By-
Advocate Kushal Kumar
Partner, Erudite Legal.

•Anti Dowry Laws in India Vis-A-Vis Gender Neutral Legislation
By-
Ms. Soumi Chatterjee
Assistant Professor, Noida International University.

•Sexual Harassment at Work Place
By-
Mrs. Simranjeet Kaur
Research Scholar, Department of Laws,
Panjab University, Chandigarh.